Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez knocked the incoming Biden administration, arguing the team lacked a “cohesive vision” that made their agenda look “a little hazy.”

Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) made the remarks while speaking to reporters Wednesday on Capitol Hill about the 46th commander-in-chief’s cabinet selections.

“I think it’d be great to see a more cohesive vision across the entire cabinet,” the progressive superstar noted. “You have an individual appointment here, an individual appointment there. We can wrestle about whether they are bold enough or ambitious enough, especially given the uncertainty and what kind of Senate we’re going to have.”

AOC went on to note that the picks, some progressive and some not as much, did not answer her questions on what the incoming administration hoped to accomplish.

“Aside from that, I think one of the things I’m looking for, when I see all of these picks together is: What is the agenda? What is the overall vision going to be? I think that’s a little hazy,” she said.

Ocasio-Cortez continued by noting that she wasn’t giving up on figuring out the Biden agenda, remarking, “I’m trying to read into, I guess like many other people, what is the overall message from the big picture in this entire cabinet put together?

“And what is the agenda for it, because we have a person who has a more conservative history, that’s one thing, but what is the mission that they are being given in their individual agency, whether it’s Transportation, Defense, OMB, etc.? What is the mandate here? And, yeah, I just think that’s something that we’re looking to see is, it’s something that I hope will be pushed,” she concluded.

The Biden transition did not immediately respond to The Post’s request for comment.

The president-elect and his team have vowed that they would assemble the most “diverse” cabinet in American history.

The incoming commander-in-chief has faced pushback for a number of his cabinet picks thus far, most notably with his selection of Neera Tanden to lead the Office of Management and Budget and retired Gen. Lloyd Austin as defense secretary.

Austin’s nomination has stirred issues among Democrats because by law, a defense secretary must be retired from active military service for at least seven years before taking over the civilian role at the Pentagon, unless the House and Senate grant a waiver.

Austin retired in 2016. Thus far, three Senate Democrats have already committed to opposing a waiver for Biden’s nominee.

Both progressives and conservatives have taken issue with Tanden’s nomination.

Tanden, a longtime Hillary Clinton adviser and president of the Center for American Progress, is a prolific tweeter. She has used the platform to issue bombastic criticisms of lawmakers — as well as voters — who identify to her right and left.

Of Tanden’s over 87,000 tweets, she has already taken down more than 1,000 that resurfaced in light of her nomination.

The tweets, some deleted and some still live, reference GOP lawmakers by name, tagging them, and blasting them for supporting President Trump — or in some cases, attacking them personally.

Many of the posts targeted lawmakers whose votes she will specifically need for confirmation.

AOC knocks Joe Biden’s agenda as ‘a little hazy’ (

By Mark

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